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9 Exercise Your Pet will Enjoy

Walking :



Most dogs really love going for walks. It lets them get out of the house with their beloved owners and explore the world around them. To make the walks enjoyable and safe, you must maintain control of your dog at all times. Keep your dog close to you when you are around other dogs or people by keeping a short leash.

Dancing:


Most dogs really love for dancing. These are photos of humans dancing with their dogs. Or are they photos of dogs dancing with their humans? Either way, the spirit is the same: Everybody, it seems, loves to Dance.







Jogging:



You’ve also probably seen dogs dragged along as they try to catch their breath while their owners pull their leashes, running too fast for their pup to keep up. Walking and playing fetch is good exercise. However, running will use different muscles and is a more constant and intense workout for your dog.


swimming :


When it comes to swimming, canines generally fall into one of three categories. There are those that can swim, those that can be taught to swim and those that should steer clear of all aqueous environments. There are a number of places where you can take your dog swimming. Dogs who love to swim get a great deal of pleasure out of the activity.


Frisbee:


Many dogs love to play Frisbee games with their owner, and the activity usually provides some needed exercise for your pup and smiles for you! Dogs love playing a game fetch. And if they can jump in the air and catch an object with their mouth, then you’ll know that they’ll definitely feel good about themselves.


Hiking:


First, it’s important to recognize that not all dogs are capable of hiking. Dog is Excellent company in out Doors. Locate dog-friendly outdoor adventure spots. Prepare your dog physically for outdoor adventures. Consult with your vet, brush up on obedience training and trail etiquette, pick appropriate trails, and build up your dog’s stamina. Food and water planning: This is especially important on backpacking trips, when your dog needs more fuel and is likely to be the one carrying it.

Doga:


Doga has received some criticism from the yoga community. Doga classes have been labelled inappropriate for trivializing the sacred practice by turning it into a "fad", for their lax policies on teacher certification, and for the dogs' interference in participants' concentration and relaxation when they are not properly trained to cooperate.

Benefits to Doga:

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can be helpful to injured dogs

provides a good exercise for obese or elderly dogs

build a better bond between owner and pet

Dog Park:

A dog park is a park for dogs to exercise and play off-leash in a controlled environment under the supervision of their owners. These parks have varying features, although they typically offer a 4' to 6' fence, separate double-gated entry and exit points, adequate drainage, benches for humans, shade for hot days, parking close to the site, water, tools to pick up and dispose of animal waste in covered trash cans, and regular maintenance and cleaning of the grounds. Dog parks may also offer wheel-chair access, a pond for swimming and a separate enclosure for small dogs.

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